127 : Cris Velasco

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Thanks for joining us again for Episode 127 of the Clive Barker Podcast.  In this episode, we have a great interview with composer, Cris Velasco (Clive Barker’s Jericho) but before that we get into Clive Barker news about all the upcoming releases and news bits.

We always love to have special guests on the show, and today we have a real treat. Joining us today is Composer Cris Velasco, who scored the 2007 game “Clive Barker’s Jericho” in a record three weeks, as well as the 2014 Madefire motion comic The Book of Blood, and he was also the curator for last July’s Wunderkammen, a solo exhibit of Clive Barker art. But his career has been extremely prolific – he’s also composed music for loads of Triple A games like Assassin’s Creed, Overwatch, Battleborn, the Borderlands series, God of War and many others as well as TV and short films. Recently he’s scored an entire season for Hulu’s show “Freakish”,  Battleborn’s DLC, “Attikus and the Thrall Rebelion” and has collaborated with Chet Zar for his exhibit at the Copro Gallery “Di5topya”.

Some of the  awesome stuff from Don Bertram!

Some of the awesome stuff from Don Bertram!

Show Notes:

Sponsored by Don Bertram’s Celebrate Imagination


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  1. Don Bertram "Celebrate Imagination"

    Thanks guys for all the kind words on Podcast 127.
    Always great to hear references to the Texas Children’s Cancer Center and Celebrate Imagination.
    Glad you liked your surprises and look forward to future podcasts.
    Just wanted to let you know that the image used on the cover of Imaginer 4 was not one of the prints published by Clive and Luna7. Those were The Diver, The Freudians, and The Parisian.
    The work on the cover is very similar in style but not in content. I believe it is a piece called “Minds at War” that was created sometime before 1990. The covers for the Imaginer series seems to be getting better as they progress. We will see what the future holds…..

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